As summer flies by, each of these parents must learn about guilt and grace . . . and when to hold on to their kids and when to let go.
My opinion, this book sort of smacks you in the face reminding you that life is so precious, and any time spent with loved ones is never time wasted. While I do not have children, it still ingrains a lesson that you should never take time for granted. I love the contemporary aspect, even though normally I go for historical fiction. The book also gave a silver lining in turning to God and that is something that you really don't see enough of in a book.
My over all opinion, 3 out of 5 stars. It's an easy read and good for anyone, not just parents.